Hydrolyzed Yeast Cell Wall: A Second Generation MOS helps to control Salmonella and intestinal function

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It is known that the intestine is the largest internal organ and that it has functions of great importance for the development and protection of animals.

FUNCTIONAL NUTRITION

The maintenance of intestinal functionality will provide appropriate conditions for healthy growth because it will be able to digest, absorb nutrients, and active defense against the various diverse field challenges.

yeast cell wall structure

Functional nutrition is becoming increasingly important in animal production systems. Among the available alternatives, the prebiotic is considered an excellent tool because its mechanism of action results in different benefits for intestinal functionality and strengthening intestinal and systemic defense.

Thus, a healthy gut is not only pathogen-free but rather an organ that is able organ capable of perform its various functions.

MECHANISM OF ACTION

Production processes various mechanisms of action for MOS health benefits and intestinal functionality.

Hydrolyzed Yeast Cell Wall, rich in mannan-oligosaccharides, is derived from a production process by primary fermentation. The specificity of this process is the production of cells with greater availability of cell wall compounds and greater functionality.

Also, in the production process of Hydrolyzed Yeast Cell Wall, solubilization of the MOS layer and partial exposure of the β-glucan layer makes its prebiotic action more potent. There is proven strengthening of intestinal defenses.

MOS

01. MOS is capable of type I fimbria, such as agglutinate gram-negative bacteria containing

Salmonella spp. and Escherichia coli, thus preventing the pathogens from adhering to the intestinal mucosa and the consequent damage of infection.

02. It also acts in the proliferation of beneficial bacteria, which ferment the MOS for their nutrition and multiplication, and in this process, produce short-chain volatile fatty acids and reduce the pH of the

reduce the pH of the intestinal environment, which results in the availability the enterocytes and the formation of an environment unfavorable to the environment unfavorable for the growth of certain pathogens.

03. Another characteristic of MOS is to favor the synthesis of cells responsible for the secretion of mucin, which acts as the first line of defense against pathogenic bacteria, helping to fight infection.

04. Several studies show larger intestinal villi in animals supplemented with MOS, directly related to a greater ability to digest and absorb food.

05. Furthermore, there is evidence that MOS improves intestinal defenses, strengthening animal defenses.

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